What the papers say - Walcott is not the answer for England

We're all about making your life easier here at Arsenal Addict, where our team of Addicted editors spend every spare second scrutinising news coverage to make sure you're kept up to date with what's going on at our beloved club. So if you don't have the time to trawl through the UK's national newspapers for Arsenal stories, be sure to check back here where we'll do the work for you.

THEO WALCOTT started like a bullet train last night but hit the buffers far too soon to convince Fabio Capello he is the man to fill David Beckham’s faded golden boots.

The Sunday Mirror - Exclusive: William Gallas - 'FA too lenient with Joey'
William Gallas last night launched an angry attack on Joey Barton, telling the Newcastle bad boy: "You haven't been punished enough."

The Mail On Sunday - Manchester City's billionaire owner wanted to buy into Arsenal
Football's latest billionaire tycoon, Dr Sulaiman Al Fahim, met one of Arsenal's two biggest shareholders to consider investing £180million in the north London club earlier this year before turning his attention to Manchester City.

Daily Star Sunday - GUNS AIM AT APPIAH
ARSENAL are showing interest in Stephen Appiah who was wanted at West Ham until Alan Curbishley’s departure.

The Sunday Times - Who’s the next member of United Football Emirates?
THE TAKEOVER of Manchester City has produced an oil field’s worth of froth. So it is fitting that the first face-to-face talks between representatives of City’s then owner, Thaksin Shinawatra, and the Abu Dhabi United Group (ADUG) took place at 1am amid the cappuccinos and lattes of a Costa Coffee outlet near Dubai airport.

Got an opinion on any of these stories? Then share it with your fellow Addicts using our comments section